IT Perspective

What Agencies Need to Consider When Updating Password Protocols in 2018 premium
Movies and TV would have us believe that data breaches are long, hard-fought battles between the good guy and the bad guy—and the bad guy wins. That could not be further from reality. Hackers are opportunistic. They want to spend as little time as possible getting into the system, getting what they need, getting out, […]
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Meet GovDesignHub: At the Crossroads of Public Sector and Digital Design premium
The CAD and digital design sector is vast and growing at breakneck speed. It’s expected to reach $11.21 billion by 2023. Many end-use industries such as automotive, aerospace, entertainment, industrial machinery, civil and construction, electrical and electronics, pharmaceutical, and healthcare, consumer goods, and others, widely use CAD and 3D design-based tools in their development processes. […]
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Revit 2019 is Here. It Has Everything You Asked For. premium
Aside from developing one of the sought after building information modeling (BIM) software in the industry today, you’ve got to hand it to the Revit product managers over at Autodesk—they listen. Revit 2019 is here and the flagship BIM program delivers on many of the suggestions and feedback that Autodesk solicits on its Revit Ideas […]
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Key Findings of 2018 Cyber Threat Report and How Government Can Respond premium
Symantec’s 2018 Internet Security Threat Report is here. Based on data collected by Symantec’s massive security infrastructure (the largest civilian threat collection network in the world), the report has become the de facto standard for giving enterprises and public organizations essential information to help secure their systems effectively. By the nature of the topic, the […]
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After Atlanta SamSam Ransomware Attack, Learn How to Better Protect your Agency premium
Another day, another government ransomware victim. On March 22nd, 2018, the city of Atlanta found itself locked out of computers across government offices and facing a ransom demand of $51,000 or $6,800 per computer, GCN reported. The attack affected internal systems and citizen-facing apps that residents use to pay bills and access court-related information. The […]
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Breakthrough in Ransomware Prevention is Good News for Government Agencies premium
Ransomware is quickly becoming the favored means for criminals to extract a profit from unsuspecting villains – most notably in the public sector. Throughout 2017 ransomware grabbed the headlines – WannaCry, Petya, etc. – both of which targeted government agencies. When they succeed the implications can be serious. Licking County in Ohio fell victim to […]
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Active Directory’s Attack Surface is Huge – Here’s How to Find a Threat Needle in its Log Haystack premium
Microsoft Active Directory is a critical tool that helps system administrators manage user privileges and secure their IT infrastructure, yet Active Directory presents several security challenges. Most problematic is that Active Directory’s attack surface is huge. Targets for attack include every domain name user account, admin and security group, domain controller, backup, admin workstation, and […]
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February 1, 2018
The Automated Enterprise premium
Automation, more specifically IT Automation. What is it, who’s using it, why is it important? Lets start with what it is. . . IT Automation is the use of software to create repeatable instructions and processes, also known as a playbook, with the intention of replacing or reducing the amount of human interaction required with […]
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Three Ways to Reconcile the Dueling Forces of IT Modernization and Security premium
When it comes to network modernization and security, federal IT may be experiencing a case of dueling personalities. On one side, network modernization is essential to a better security posture. This is because outdated legacy IT systems are more prone to vulnerabilities and were never designed to handle today’s threat landscape. However, the very act […]
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December 18, 2017
Preparing for the Software-defined Future premium
It’s ironic, but true: software-defined networking (SDN) is tough to define. SDN solutions are not things you can touch, like a hardware gateway. They are not made of plastic or metal. They do not physically plug into anything. Perhaps that’s why agency network administrators are, even in late 2017, still trying to wrap their minds […]
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